Forensics Hosts a Meet Against Fifteen Schools

The Manitou Springs Forensic Members Taylor Knight (11), Tyler McCune (10), Jacob Underwood (12) and Gideon Aigner (9) pose for a creative team photo.

Riley Cluxton, Senior Reporter

January 18, 2019

On Tuesday, the Manitou Springs High School (MSHS) Forensics Team participated in the Student Congress meet against 15 other schools. Forensics is described as the art of public speaking, often involving practices, sub-branches or categories that each member of the forensics team chooses before the of...

Forensic Team Beats the Odds at Woodland Park Invitational

Jake Underwood (11), Tyler McCune (9), and Taylor Knight (10) gather research for their topic to present a case in front of the panel of judges. They are given 30 minutes to take in information from articles and make a point.

Riley Cluxton, Reporter

November 10, 2017

The Manitou Springs High School (MSHS) Forensics team only has five members this year, and each member begins the year at their own level: either Novice or Varsity. From there, they continue to develop the climb up the ranks. Practice is emphasized by the coaches and the Forensics members for success ...

Annual Powderpuff Game Carries Tradition

Maddie Grant (10), Bridget Bodor (10), and Trina Borst (10) participate in the team's motivational cheer.

Kaitlyn Cashdollar and Zoe Schnurman

September 29, 2016

The annual powderpuff football game took place on Sept. 26. The game consisted of two 20-minute halves. The two teams were made up of the juniors, who wore black jerseys, and the seniors and sophomores, who sported white jerseys. Many people were impressed by the turnout at the game. William Brown, ...

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